Our Visual Arts Program is accessible to everyone through our 27 annual art exhibitions and receptions that are free to the public. These exhibitions present local, national and international artists, including monthly youth and adult workshops based on current exhibitions. We curate four gallery spaces with juried, rotating exhibitions in our McMahon Gallery, the Polly Addison Gallery, the MacMillan Family Lobby and the Hand-Rudy Gallery. The Visual Arts Program is also responsible for planning and facilitating a variety of associated events, including free receptions for each exhibition, visual art workshops in a variety of mediums for adults, teens, and children in the community who are interested in the unique educational benefits the visual arts offer, as well as regular free visual arts lectures for the Boulder community at large. The galleries are free and open to the public Monday-Sunday, from 2pm-6pm.
Visual Arts Events
Black Futures in Art We’re Not Just History Opening Reception: January 28th 5-8pm Creative Nations Sacred Space Guest Exhibition: NAACP Boulder County Exhibition Curated by Adderly Grant-Lord Participating Artists: Adderly Grant-Lord Thomas E Lockhart III SaToro Tafura Majita Geaither Agnes Nyanhongo’s Lydia Kearney Carlis Helen Masvikeni Masango’s This exhibition is in direct response to the
Fan Mail 2.0 February 3rd – April 1st, 2023 Co-Curated by Hyperlink Collective Opening Reception Feb. 3rd from 5-8pm Free and Open to the Public The internet has become a hotbed for communication, collaboration, and connection in ways that no one could have imagined. With the rise of social media, artists and creators around the
Natascha Seideneck – Outlandish Redux Caruso Lounge, Dairy Arts Center, West Entrance March 31st, 2022 – This re-installation of works produced for Outlandish (presented as part of Brutal Realities, Jan 17 – Feb. 23, 2020), a two person exhibition with Regan Rosburg, is a playful composition of works from two bodies of Seideneck’s work, Uncanny
Jodi Stuart Nested Rhomboids Jodi Stuart Nested Rhomboids ABS Plastic, Nylon Filament 120″ x 60″ x 72″ On view in the Dairy’s West Entrance Jodi Stuart explores the aesthetic of the digital technologies which saturate our lives, in relation to tactile and sensory experience. Stuart subverts the materials and tools of high-tech culture through her